Volume 1: Number 2: Contents

Author(s) Title Pages PDF Copy of Papers
Tyra Oseng-Rees, Gregory Owen, Juan A. Ferriz-Papi, Ian Standen, Lara Hopkinson, Luca Pagano, Allan Nantel, Lisa Burkl & Michael Bessell Using interdisciplinary research project collaborations as a pedagogic tool to enhance learning and teaching: a showcase with low temperature fused recycled glass for a reception desk in the new academic building at the Swansea Waterfront Innovation Quarter. 83-94 Oseng-Rees et al 
Howard Riley Beware the ‘Slipperiness of Cognitivism’: the concise case for doctoral research through practices in the visual arts.

95-107

Riley 
Anthony Burns What are the real and perceived obstacles to starting up a lifestyle business? 108-113 Burns 
Alex Lee Hong Sin Student perception of using screencast as an alternative media. 114-118 Lee Hong Sin 
Catherine Hayes & Yitka Graham The perceived impact of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) across a new pre-registration nursing curriculum. 119-129 Hayes and Graham 
Antonio B. Espinosa-Ramírez, Ana C. Parras, Silvia Liñares & Jonathan McGregor Teaching innovation in the Communication field in university level education: the case of the Cuatro Círculos platform. 130-132 Espinosa-Ramirez el al 
Wilson Ozuem & Geoff Lancaster Knowledge acquisition through positive educator/scholar cooperation.

133-139

Ozuem and Lancaster 
Liu Guoping The research and practice of the effects of online course on cultivating students' intercultural communicative competence.

140-144

Guoping 
Russell Jones Delivering a suicide awareness study day to a group of mixed professionals. 145-150 Jones 
Sarah-Jane Crowson Sharing practice: the specialist creative arts college environment as critical and creative pedagogical space. 151-157 Crowson 
Simon K. Haslett Regional geography in the undergraduate curriculum: a review and case study. 158-163 Haslett 
  Instructions to Authors 164-166 Instructions to Authors